So in my quest to finish rekeying the wagon I jumped into doing the doors. I've only ever taken these apart, never a full re&re. The driver's side came apart and went together well enough.
The passenger side was full of surprises. First, the upper door panel wouldn't release from the door (so I was going in blind-ish). Second, and most importantly, after blindly popping off the lock retaining clip, I came to quickly realize the pawl (lock lever arm) was missing. It wasn't in the door (other interesting things were).
Might explain why I could never unlock the door with a key. Duh.
I knew there was some spare parts from a set of Monte doors in a box on the shelf. I found the pawl retention clip, but the 2-door pawl wasn't even close to suitable (I knew this going in).
So if anyone (O. D. Showtime) has a PS pawl for a sedan/wagon handy it would be greatly appreciated - because I don't want to dig out my spare doors from the shed to retrieve such a tiny part.
Michael...I've got nothing on hand right now...I do have the interior pretty much gutted on this Pontiac wagon so have easy access to the locks...
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We closed the trailer up for the season this last weekend so now I can get back in the yards..could go this weekend.
What a BEAST!The ongoing build thread is here: http://ls1tech.com/forums/conversions-h ... wagon.html
I do have some wagon specific questions/needs:
1. Does anyone know if these are correct (because the picture is clearly incorrect) window seals (and fit well) for a G-body wagon? http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?S ... Code=gbody
2. Where can I source the trim around the A-pillar and drip rails (aka. the drip rail moldings)?; and
3. Is there a source for the rear hatch/tailgate weather stripping?
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